Donald Trump Prepares for Primary Victories While Simultaneously Awaiting Fraud Trial

The front-runner is accused of defrauding thousands of students at Trump University and is expected to be called as a witness around election time.
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with night fall now coming and rob is in Oklahoma tonight. Rob? Reporter: David, here in Oklahoma, the storms are about an hour from the I-35 corridor and things are really going to get nasty. We are under a pds watch. A particularly dangerous situation. Tornado watch until midnight tonight. And it is huge. It stretches all the way down into Texas, including Dallas. The future radar shows the St storms developing throughout the evening. All pushes to the east. Tomorrow, less of a threat, but getting into highly populated areas. The storms that pop this evening, David, will last into dark hours, and that's when it really becomes dangerous. David? Meteorologist rob Marciano with us tonight. Rob, our thanks to you, as well. In the meantime tonight, we turn to the race for the white house. Crucial primaries for both parties tonight. The polls still open in these five states, hundreds of delegates at stake. Donald Trump, favored going into tonight and N the states we had polls for. Ted Cruz and John kasich, teaming up, trying to keep him from getting the magic number before the convention. Though, tonight, stumbling when asked about their collaboration. The new exit polls coming in already from the three largest primary states tonight, showing 69% of republican voters do not want a contested convention, saying whoever has the most votes should win the nomination. ABC's Tom llamas outside trump tower tonight. Reporter: Tonight, Donald Trump on the verge of an east coast takeover. Who is going to vote for trump? Reporter: His favorite vote wrangler out with a familiar message. Hi, Pennsylvania. Hi, Rhode Island. Hi, Delaware, I'm ivanka Trump. I want to remind you to vote in the republican primary for my father, Donald J. Trump. Reporter: But as trump prepares to taste victory, he's now learning he will soon stand trial, accused of defrauding thousands of students out of millions of dollars at his now shuttered real estate school, Trump University. At Trump University, we teach success. That's what it's all about. Success. It's going to happen to you. Reporter: New York's attorney general today calling trump University a sham, saying he expects trump himself will be called as a witness this fall, right around election time. The bombshell comes as trump looks to widen his lead over senator Ted Cruz and governor John kasich, and crush their shaky new alliance. Lyin Ted announced that he cannot win by himself. He cannot do it. He's a joker. Reporter: Kasich agreed to pull out of Indiana to help Cruz, but he then confused matters by saying this about his Indiana supporters. I've never told them not to vote for me, they ought to vote for me. Reporter: When pressed, kasich's answer didn't clear things up. Things are not so plain and simple. I don't tell my voters what to do. First of all, I don't have voters. There are people who live in Indiana who will have to make a conclusion. Reporter: Trump tweeting "This jeek of a deal is falling apart." But Cruz calling trump a whiner. What Donald Trump calls collusion is actually called coalition-building. And it is how you win. Reporter: Trump saving some ammunition for Hillary Clinton. First, saying she doesn't look presidential and now, this -- The only thing she's got is the woman card. That's all she's got. And it is pandering. And Tom llamas awaiting the results tonight. Tom from trump tower in Manhattan. Trump with words aimed at Bernie sanders, as well, tonight. Reporter: That's right, David. Trump saying the democrats aren't treating Bernie sanders well, and that sanders should run as an independent. If he did that, he would take votes away from Hillary Clinton. Tonight, Jane sanders, Bernie

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